Episcopal Service Corps -- Nationwide

Episcopal Service Corps is a network of intentional communities across the Episcopal Church that invites young adults to spend one year living in Christian community while engaging local justice initiatives, discerning vocation and developing leadership skills.

Each Episcopal Service Corps community is centered on a “Rule of Life” designed to deepen relationships among participants through the practice of shared meals, prayers, and lives. Exactly how this practice is lived out is different in each program. Additionally, Episcopal Service Corps members serve in the local community, working with an area nonprofit, such as a school, parish, organic farm, homeless shelter, after-school program, refugee resettlement organization, or hospitals, depending on the needs in the local setting.

All Episcopal Service Corps programs provide housing and utilities. Additionally, Corps members receive a small individual stipend, grocery stipend, health insurance and transportation assistance throughout their year of service.

Episcopal Service Corps programs are in more than 20 communities across the United States, several of which continue to accept applications for the 2018-2019 year. Among these are:

  • Assisi House (Concord, NH)
  • Deaconess Anne House (St. Louis, MO)
  • Johnson Service Corps (Chapel Hill and Durham, NC)
  • Lawrence House Service Corps (South Hadley, MA)
  • LEVN: Lutheran Episcopal Volunteer Network (Davis/Sacramento, CA)
  • Life Together (Boston, MA)
  • Seattle Service Corps (Seattle, WA)
  • SSJE Monastic Internship Program (Cambridge, MA)
  • Saint Hilda’s House (New Haven, CT)
  • The Road (Atlanta, GA)

Find out more about these and all Episcopal Service Corps programs here:


Food Service Intern -- Camp Stevens, Julian, CA (Diocese of Los Angeles)

Camp Stevens is hiring a kitchen assistant. This is a unique opportunity for an organized, self-motivated team player who enjoys working with people to learn and grow in a professional, community-based and environmentally-conscious camp kitchen.

Responsibilities include assisting the food service director and assistant chef in the day-to-day operation of the camp kitchen, including: Preparing meals from scratch using mostly organic ingredients and produce from the camp gardens (when in season), preparing meals for groups of 20-150 persons, and working to help make the camp’s farm-to-table cuisine better every day.

Job Qualifications: Some experience working in a commercial kitchen is desired. An interest in sustainable and healthy food is desired and the ability to obtain a food handler’s card, First Aid, and CPR is required. Benefits include health insurance, vacation and salary. Meals and onsite housing are provided and required.

Submit cover letter and resume to Please no phone calls. Qualified applicants will be asked to complete an in-depth Camp Stevens application. Please note that three letters of reference will also be due by the application deadline.


Interns -- Gravatt, Aiken, SC (Diocese of Upper South Carolina)

Gravatt is hiring the following internships for the 2018-19 year. Position starts in August 2018 and runs until May 2019.

  • Kitchen Intern
  • Maintenance Intern
  • Marketing Intern
  • Program/Farm Intern

To view descriptions of each internship, click here. To apply, submit cover letter, resume, and application to Scott McNeely or 1006 Camp Gravatt Road, Aiken, SC 29805.